A program for young people facing their future. In their 20s and early 30s, young adults often face big decisions that will affect the rest of their lives, such as professional vocation, dating, marriage and the meaning of life. In this course, the young participants assess the reality they live in, and they learn how to ask the right questions which will ultimately guide them to make the right life choices.
There is a need for a strong bond between the spouses in order to achieve better results in raising children. This course is designed for all married couples who want to strengthen their marriage and deepen their personal growth. Marriage is a life project to be undertaken with responsibility, freedom and love. This course will help couples by providing them with the knowledge and tools to achieve greater marital happiness.
One of the purposes of early education is to turn all the situations of the family life into amazing moments of learning. Many studies show that adequate early stimulation is the most efficient tool to obtain a complete personal development, in the field of intelligence, psychomotor activity and behavior. This course will help you discover the main pedagogical frameworks and the basic habits that infants should acquire.
Children between 4 and 8 years old start to develop their personality and reach the age of reason. This stage requires much individualized attention from parents. The course will help parents reconcile a unique upbringing with the influence of friends and family. It is now time to introduce to children the family style that each marriage creates and help channel their behavior on the basis of the human virtues.
In the years between 8 and 11, children feel comfortable in the environment they are involved in. As a consequence they find themselves taking a great quantity of personal decisions in many daily situations. To be able to choose, children need to have a scale of values to use as reference. In this course, parents analyze the importance to live according to a scale of values, how to transmit and how to help them acquire these values.
During puberty, children experience some psychosomatic changes that affect their sensibility and their behavior. This is united to aggressive external influences. In this course, parents analyze the causes and effects of such changes and they study the most appropriate guidelines to maintain a firm and down-to-earth relationship with their children, without limiting their natural discovery of the world.
Between the conflicts and crisis of this phase, many of the values transmitted by the family during infancy, begin now to dull, be contrasted and assimilated. In this course, parents discover the value of their adolescent children and discover how to efficiently communicate in moments of crisis. In addition, they will analyze the social tendencies that impact the development of their adolescent’s fragile personality.